Many thanks to our parents and students who gave such a great response to the Hope Christmas Shoe Box Appeal.
Ms Kelly’s class had great fun taking part in Autumn Aistear. Take a look at our photos!
Mrs. Dunphy’s Junior Infants had a great time during Autumn Aistear.
Mrs. Kiely’s class had great fun trying out different balances during PE. Check out all the photos!
The vegetables and herbs are blooming in the School Garden. Miss Walsh will be harvesting some of the vegetables soon so we can taste them. Yum yum!!
We would like students of 4th, 5th and 6th to take the internet usage survey below. The survey takes 1-2 minutes to completes. The results will be used to advise the speakers at our upcoming School Internet Safety Talk. To complete the survey please click on the link below. St Ursula’s Internet Usage Survey
We’ve all been really busy since school started back in September, working hard and doing lots of extra-curricular activities. All students have been given fobs to take part in the Beat the Street challenge, and our school is consistently near the top of the leaderboard! Many of the sports activities have already resumed. This year we also have a choir for First and Second
Ms O’Doherty’s 6th class took part in the Concern Primary Debating Competition. The team got all the way to the final against the Light of Christ where we opposed the motion ‘Homework should be abolished for primary school pupils.’ We were runners up on the day but it was a great achievement to get to the final in our first year taking part in
On Tuesday, May 9th , our Senior Soccer Squad travelled to Cork to take part in the Munster Finals Spar FAI soccer tournament. Schools from around the prvince participated and the standard of soccer was really high. Each team played 3 games. Our girls played really well and did themselves and their school proud. Molly Comerford was Captain for the day. The team was
The World Irish Aid Awards is an exciting awards programme established by Irish Aid in 2005 to increase primary pupils’ awareness and understanding of global development issues. It is hoped that, through the programme, children are helped to explore the links between their lives and the lives of children in developing countries. Miss O’ Keeffe’s, Miss Power’s & Mr Frisby’s 5th classes entered the